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Losses in Loudspeaker Enclosures

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In recent papers, a lumped parameter model, which can simulate the impedance of conventional electro-dynamic transducers accurately, has been presented. The new model includes frequency-dependent damping, which questions traditional engineering practices in simulations of loudspeaker enclosures and, in particular, associated losses. In this paper, the consequences of frequency-dependent damping are evaluated to aid the development of simulations and models of loudspeaker enclosures.

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